Month: December 2017

Collie Turner believes in the power of gardening as a therapeutic outlet for veterans, particularly those suffering from PTSD. So when she approached the team at Tapp Network for help marketing her nonprofit Heroic Gardens, they agreed. But first, they suggested she think bigger. Expanding her focus to commercial spaces, opportunities for veterans to land…

Delaware joined 49 other states in reaching a settlement with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. regarding alleged off-label marketing and misleading promotions of fours of its prescription drugs, including Micardis®, Aggrenox®, Atrovent®, and Combivent®. The settlement requires the company to make sure its marketing and promotional practices fairly represent its products. According to the Delaware Department of Justice,…

Delaware Wild Lands has competed its most recent wetlands restoration project, a 12-acre site at Milford Neck in eastern Kent County. The project, known as  Deadwoods, because of the negative effect salt water had on a distinctive stand of old trees there, was completed in partnership with Ducks Unlimited, GreenWatch Institute and private donors. Located…

Wilmington-based Navient is once again working with subsidiary Pioneer Credit Recovery to help federal loan borrowers recover from default. Pioneer, which is based in western New York, will bring on 200 additional employees to meet the demands of the new contract. The IRS contract was awarded earlier this year, but it begins this month. Pioneer…